A colleague is having a similar issue, with adding a 'Page'.
Within the HTML 'Page' there are icons and links to audio/narrated lecture notes/pdf files.
When hovering over and clicking on the links (in a saved page) I can see they are a 'plugin.php' type link, but when we go into the HTML source of this page, they are 'draftfile.php' type links. This means the source cannot be used as a template for other pages by simply coping and pasting into another page. As soon as the HTML source is copied into another page, the links become 'brokenfile.php'.
I understand that the 'plugin.php' links are the ones we need to use - but how do we access them correctly, as they never exist in the HTML source?
Actually, something that might help us in this situation, is knowing how moodle numbers files added. I can see the files I need in the 'Server files' but don't know how to reference them properly.
Any advice (so that pages don't have to be created manually each time, but rather can be easily copied via the HTML source)?
PS. Our organisation is using Moodle 2.0.